This week we'll catch up with Lady Gaga on her visit to Portland for a rally against 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'; We'll also run the Trails To Ales 10K race and find out what happens to our recycling after we put it in those blue bins. We'll also get a preview of the annual WMPG Beg-A-Thon
Mayor Nick Mavodones talks with four experts about the city's initiative to encourage restaurants to post nutrition information on their menus. They also discuss efforts to make school lunches healthier.
This week we'll check in with some young entrepreneurs at USM and find out why the METRO BUS is the way to go. We'll also hear how animals fare with the lack of snow and get an update from Rippleffect.
This energy forum was recorded at the Ocean Avenue Elementary School on June 29th 2011. Specialist who attended this forum discussed ways to make your home more energy efficient from insulation to alternative energy. It also explains how the PACE loans work.
This week we'll learn about a prescription drug discount program and we'll find out how businesses can get help to improve their storefronts. We'll also hear about a program to help artists with the business of art.
This week we'll see how kids can learn healthy habits and we'll find out about a new APP to help the police. We'll also explore why tragedies like the Holocaust happen, and whether they can happen again.
This week we'll attend a ceremony honoring the Arctic Convoy and we'll find out how to handle being part of the 'Sandwich Generation.' We'll also learn about a new service for travelers at the Portland Jetport.